An special court in Pathankot held six of the seven blamed in the assault and murder for an eight-year-old migrant young lady in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua on Monday, 10 June. One blamed, Vishal Ram, has been cleared.Six Accused Convicted, One Acquitted In Kathua Rape-Murder.
The quantum of sentence will be declared at 2 pm.
The in-camera preliminary for the situation that shook the country had finished up on 3 June, when locale and sessions judge Tejwinder Singh had declared that the decision was probably going to be articulated in seven days’ time.
The eight-year-old young lady, who was abducted on 10 January a year ago, was supposedly assaulted in imprisonment in a little town sanctuary in Kathua locale.Six Accused Convicted, One Acquitted In Kathua Rape-Murder.
The Crime Branch had captured town head Sanji Ram, his child Vishal, his adolescent nephew and his companion Anand Dutta, and two exceptional cops Deepak Khajuria and Surender Verma.
Six Out of Seven Accused Convicted
The town head Sanji Ram, two exceptional cops Deepak Khajuria and Surender Verma and Head constable Tilak Raj have been indicted by Pathankot court in Kathua assault and murder case.
Ram;s child Vishal has been cleared for the situation.
All Accused Called Inside Court Room
The sum total of what charged have been called inside the court. Decision expected in the blink of an eye.
Punjab Police Allow Mediapersons to Enter Court
After at first denying passage, the Punjab Police has enabled writers to enter the Pathankot Special Court for the Kathua assault murder case hearing.
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